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    Loving the energy of this year 2013 and in honour of the divine feminine in this Chinese year of the water snake and on the day of International womens day  I hope for all women to support and encourage each...

Travelling the country roads for work Jono often spots fruit trees on the side of roads and reports back to me where I may be able to pick some fruit, (unfortunately many of the trees are on the side of...

A friend of mine whose family lives an inspiring life of sustainability was planning on a short holiday and so I was happy to be entrusted to care for the animals whilst they were away. It is her beautiful goats...

It started early in November, (we were told as we were away on holiday). A howling southerly that was here to stay. Here at Northwood we sit between Seymour and Puckapunyal, the name Puckapunyal was taken from the Aboriginal name...

Our 180 acre farm is almost half river flats with the rest sitting on much higher and exposed ground. We have an interesting means of dividing these two very different landscapes, The Hume Highway. It is one of Australia's major...

Cicadas held the soundscape, shadows danced and a summer breeze prevailed.  The light and calm invited me to rest. Patterns formed, inspirations emerged. I walked again, the open paddocks and gentle river beckoning. At home I felt like dancing, so...

I posted about our new farm stay garden here and now it has begun to take shape and come into its own. Our guests can now sit in the farm stay viewing this garden from the north-facing window and are...

“Waterwatch is a national community water quality-monitoring program that has been operating since 1993. The program brings together school and community groups, landowners, Councils and Water Authorities to test the quality of their local stream or water source so that...

We crept out under a waning crescent moon. The soon to be rising sun of Remembrance Day was on our way to us and there was much to remember, like on that day in 1999 when my grandfather who had...